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Col d'Aubisque

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Mountain Pass
Location type: Mountain Pass
Location address: France, Aquitaine, Béost
Number of texts: 3
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The Col d’Aubisque (1,709 m.; Occitan: Còth d’Aubisca) is a mountain pass in the Pyrenees 30 km south of Tarbes and Pau in the department of the Pyrénées-Atlantiques, in the Aquitaine region of France.

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Made by Dromos
Made by Dromos

The Belgian Maurice Geldhof is climbing part of the Aubisque on foot during the Tour de France 1928.

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Made by Colvreter

De Col d’Aubisque is vanaf de westkant te bereikenvia de Col de Soulor.
Deze kant kenmerkt zich door diepe afgronden, een tunnel met een bocht en een fraai uitzicht over de groene weides.

Op 2,5 kilometer van de top hangt aan de linkerkant een plaquette ter nagedachtenis aan de Nederlander Wim van Est, die in 1951 in de gele trui de bocht miste en 70 meter naar beneden het ravijn in dook.

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